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October 14, 1988 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-14

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I FOR SENIORS

10th and 11th Grade Students:

SPEND A SEMESTER
IN ISRAEL

WITH PROJECT DISCOVERY

The High School Program in Israel

". . . The opportunities students have for
experiencing life in other cultures is very
important in the International World Today.
Project discovery expands these oppor-
tunities for Michigan Students and is a
valuable resource to the State Educational
System. Students who participate will
benefit from an International Experience
and be able to continue their High School
Education at the same time. I encourage
parents to consider this fine program as
you plan a good education program with
your student."
Sincerely,
Donald L. Bemis
Superintendant of Public Ins-Action
State of Michigan Department of Education

• Live and study at an
American-accredited
High School
February-June 1989

Registration: $25.00

Cost of program: $2,000

—Subsidized by Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit—

Informational meeting with

Dr. David Breakstone,

Community Invited

Affiliated with Youth Aliyah Project Discovery
Co-Sponsors: Jewish Welfare Federatino of Detroit, United Hebrew Schools





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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1988

Congregation Beth Achim's
Young At Heart (for seniors
55 and up) will hear Rep.
Maxine Berman at 1 p.m.
Thursday in the Sol Schwartz
Auditorium of the synagogue.
There is a nominal charge.
Prospective members and
guests are welcome.
At the recent Sukkot social,
Rabbi Milton Arm installed
the following officers and
board members for the
1988-1989 administration:
Fredell Whiteman, organizer
and coordinator for the first
year, president; Lotty Par-
tovich, George Rossman,
Dorothy Chaiken, Dorothy
Storchan, Esther Horenstein,
Ethel Rossman, Bertha
Wasserman, Estell Wainer,
vice presidents; Esther
Lisner, treasurer; Alice
Cohen, Pauline Norman,
Beverly Hacker, Abe Pelton,
Esther Pelton, Helen Young
and Ruth Jaslow, secretaries.
Board members are: Grace
Galens, Harry Galens,
Michael Wainer, Milton
Lisner, Morton Cohen, Ray
Zatkoff, Barney Zatkoff,
Lillian Katz, Gladys Allen,
Teddy Allen, Ben Wasserman
and Rebecca Goldberg.

Program Director

will take place
8:00 p.m.
Monday, October 21,
at the
United Hebrew Schools



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Ethnic Concert
Due Sunday

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Building of the Jewish
Community Center will have
the first in a series of monthly
ethnic concerts on Sunday at
2 p.m. in Jaffe Hall. Lydia
Meltser, soprano; Gerta
Malyutina, pianist and Nan
Nelson, balalaika player, will
entertain with Russian folk
music. The concert will be
followed by refreshments.
There is a nominal charge.
The Book Fair video, "Ben
Gurion" with Shabtai Tevet
will be shown in the JPM
atrium on Monday and
Thursday at 10 a.m.
The first in this year's Sinai
Hospital lecture series will
take place Tuesday at 1 p.m.
in the JPM assembly hall.
The topic will deal with stress
management. Susan
Ochman-Frank will be the
speaker. The lecture will be
followed by the movie, Lullaby
of Broadway at 2 p.m.
The Kosher Nutrition Site,
which serves 80 federally-
subsidized lunches daily, will
celebrate its fifth birthday on
Wednesday at noon in rooms
12 and Jaffe Hall. The special
lunch, followed by entertain-
ment by Morry Lax and
Frankie Paul, will have

senior adults from Toledo,
Ohio, as its guests.
Helga Plonskier will read
proverbs in Yiddish at the
Yiddish Culture Club on
Thursday at 12:30 p.m. in
Jaffe Hall.
Irving Herman will conduct
the Press Review, a current
events group, at 12:30 p.m. on
Thursday in room 15 of the
JPM.

Investing Topic
For Seniors

The city of Oak Park senior
outreach office will offer a
program by Monte M. Korn
entitled "Investing for Safety
and Growth in Periods of In-
flation and Deflation" at the
Oak Park Community Center
on Nov. 22, at 12:30 p.m.
Korn hosts the radio shows
"Money Talk" and "Money
Time" aired weekly.
The program is free to the
public, but registration is re-
quired. For information and
registration, call the senior
outreach office, 541-0900.

Grant Provides
Home Care

United Jewish Charities'
Max M. Fisher Foundation
has given a $30,000 grant to
the Area Agency on Aging's
Oakland County Community
Care Management program.
The program arranges for
health care and supportive
services at home to enable
the frail elderly to continue
living independently.
A registered nurse and
social worker conduct an in-
home assessment, and ar-
range for needed services
such as home-delivered
meals, homemaker and per-
sonal care services, respite
and health care.
For information, Oakland
County residents can call the
Area Agency on Aging 1-B,
569-0333.

Medicare Topic
For Senior Adults

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center will conduct a
discussion about catastrophic
health care on Monday at 1
p.m. in the library of the
Maple/Drake building.
Joyce Hunt, Medicare coor-
dinator with the Area Agen-
cy on Aging, will be on hand
to answer questions.
There is a nominal charge
for non-Center members. For
information, contact Judy
Samson or Marilyn Wolfe,
661-1000.

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